Manchester United set price tag for Paul Pogba?
Manchester United are prepared to part ways with midfielder Paul Pogba in the summer amid the interest from the likes of Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain.
Juventus and Real Madrid were heavily linked with the midfielder last summer but a deal did not materialise with the Red Devils reluctant to sanction his exit.
Los Blancos have since ended their pursuit of the Frenchman to focus on other targets but there is still plenty of transfer interest with Paris Saint-Germain recently joining the race.
According to The Independent, United are prepared to offload their prized asset in the summer but they are still expected to demand a fee of around £100m for his sale.
Pogba effectively has two more years remaining on his contract with the Red Devils and the club are keen on sanctioning his departure at the earliest, given his reluctance to pen a new contract.
The World Cup winner has spent most of the current campaign on the sidelines with an ankle injury but he is expected to return to training by the beginning of next week.